Category Archives: medical

Drones can Provide Critical Sanitization Services

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread all around the world and social distancing has become the new normal, countries start to look at how technology can help us during this crisis. Able to safely enter and collect data in … Continue reading

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Coronavirus – If You Have Good News, Please Share It

As some of you may have noticed I have chosen to avoid the issue of the coronavirus crisis that is facing our 3D industry and the world. My reasoning is that I am sure you are receiving plenty of information … Continue reading

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3D Bioprinting Organs Based on Microscopic Imaging

This is incredible. For the first time, researchers managed to make intact human organs transparent. Using microscopic imaging they could reveal underlying complex structures of the see-through organs at the cellular level. Resulting organ maps can serve as templates for … Continue reading

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3D Technology Used to Perform Middle Ear Transplant

A South African doctor and his team successfully pioneered a transplant of a patient’s middle ear using 3D technology to cure his deafness, making it the first in the world. This groundbreaking procedure offers hope to many of those who … Continue reading

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3D Laser Scanning is Being Used to Improve Health

Two separate articles this past May referred to the use of 3D laser scanning to improve one’s health. In the first case it was in support of the shape of an infant’s head and the second better design of hearing … Continue reading

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Prostheses Fitting Improved with 3D Laser Scanning

Biomedical startup Adapttech has seen its technology for improving the prostheses fitting of lower limbs receive approval from the Food and Drug Administration as a Class I medical device. The company’s Insight system, which has already undergone successful user testing … Continue reading

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Monitoring the Elderly in Their Homes Using Lidar

The overall idea of monitoring the elderly using lidar sensors to allow them to stay in their homes is a noble effort, but I have to question a number of the statements in this article. From an article in Autoblog. … Continue reading

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Zipline Uses Drones to Deliver Medicine

I just watched a short interview on Squawk Box with the CEO of Zipline, Keller Rinaudo who is using drones to deliver medicine in Africa and soon North Carolina. Truly impressive mission and operation. They are making an important difference … Continue reading

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Disease-carrying Mosquitoes Being Tracked with Lidar

According to the World Health Organization, disease-carrying mosquitoes are the “greatest menace” of disease-spreading insects. From an article in The Vector. Mosquitos can transmit yellow fever, dengue fever, and malaria, which affect 500 million people a year. Despite the damage … Continue reading

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Human Lasers

This is truly amazing. Researchers at Harvard Medical School have found that they can get human cells to emit light in a tightly focused beam; in other words – a laser beam. They actually found three different methods for doing … Continue reading

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